|Game Info||5 Humber vs Mohawk|
|Date||Wed. Feb. 13|
|Venue||North Campus Gym|
|Watch Live||Click Here|
|Live Stats||Click Here|
|Series Record||Humber leads, 55-23|
|Last Meeting||W, 109-74 (10/26/18)|
No. 5 Humber men's basketball (17-1, 1st West) returns to the North Campus Gym Feb. 13 for its final regular season home game. The Hawks will host Mohawk (7-10, 8th West), with tipoff scheduled for 8 p.m.
The game will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network at 8 p.m. with Kyle Dalton and Matt Hamel on the call, and Danielle Dupuis reporting from the sidelines.
All-time, the Hawks are 55-23 against the Mountaineers, including 27-7 at the North Campus Gym. Humber has won seven straight contests against Mohawk, including an 86-79 win in the 2016 provincial title game.
- The Mountaineers are led by freshman standout Emanuel Otong and his 25.4 PPG. Otong is averaging 35 minutes and 21.8 field goal attempts per game.
- Mohawk is on a two-game winning streak, including a 100-99 victory over Sheridan. The Mountaineers had three players score 20-plus points, including Cudjoe Masuka's 20-point, 14-rebound double-double.
- With three games remaining, Mohawk is currently on the brink of missing the 2019 postseason, sitting two points behind St. Clair (8-10, 7th West) for the final playoff spot.
Last Time Out
Less than a day after clinching its first division title since 2015, Humber lost its first game of the season at Redeemer on Feb. 9, 106-74. The Royals put on a shooting clinic in front of their home crowd, finishing 14-of-28 (50.0 per cent) from 3-point range.
Humber basketball continues to be the premier program in the province. The Hawks have qualified for the OCAA postseason every year since the 1983 – a span of 36 seasons.
Since 1978, over 300 players have donned the blue and gold and less than ten per cent have joined the 500-point club. Third-year guard DeQuon Cascart has a chance at joining this elite company, currently sitting 37 points shy of the 500-point club.
With 292 points through 18 games, forward Jaylan Morgan is close to becoming the 15th player in program history to join the 300-point club.
Moving On Up
In Humber's come-from-behind win over Niagara, senior Curwin Elvis moved into ninth all-time on Humber's career scoring list. With two games remaining, Elvis has a chance to become the first player in program history to play in 90 career regular season games.
|HUMBER ALL-TIME SCORING LEADERS|
|1. Patrick Rhodd||69||1164|
|2. George McNeil||75||1148|
|3. Tyrone Dickson||72||847|
|4. Gibson Eduful||88||823|
|5. Clyde Walters||88||763|
|6. Henry Frazer||66||757|
|7. Locksley Turner||55||729|
|8. Jason Daley||51||698|
|9. Curwin Elvis||88||674|
|10. Steve McGregor||38||665|
No. 5 Humber will conclude the 2018-19 regular season Feb. 15 at No. 8 Sheridan (14-4, 2nd West). Tipoff is set for 8 p.m.